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Possible CLI from Chase/Amazon Rewards? Hmm..

I was just checking my account as usual and a little survey popped up saying "Tell us what we can do differently". Out of spite, I typed in "give more credit limit increases" -clicked send and exited. It asked if I wanted a reply and I clicked no.

 

Still...

 

Four hours later I get an email from a representative saying they would be happy to process a request for me.

-fingers crossed-

 




12-26-2013 TU [628] EQ [604] EX [650]

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Re: Possible CLI from Chase/Amazon Rewards? Hmm..


Blazesian wrote:

I was just checking my account as usual and a little survey popped up saying "Tell us what we can do differently". Out of spite, I typed in "give more credit limit increases" -clicked send and exited. It asked if I wanted a reply and I clicked no.

 

Still...

 

Four hours later I get an email from a representative saying they would be happy to process a request for me.

-fingers crossed-

 


I hope you mentioned Soft Pull credit limit increases :smileysurprised: If not...expect a hard pull if they submitted one for you.

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Re: Possible CLI from Chase/Amazon Rewards? Hmm..

Thanks for the heads up, I just assumed it would be a SP. I messaged them again - hopefully they haven't done anything yet. 




12-26-2013 TU [628] EQ [604] EX [650]

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Re: Possible CLI from Chase/Amazon Rewards? Hmm..

It's best you call in and also be mentally prepared for the HP if it has already been processed.

Many people have explicitly stated "do not do a hard inquiry" for their CLI requests in their secured messages to chase, and that still did not stop chase from doing so. Search around the forums for more info
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Re: Possible CLI from Chase/Amazon Rewards? Hmm..

Subject:Re: Response to your submission on Chase - We're Listening
Message: 

Dear =========,

Thank you for taking the time to contact us again in 
regards to the credit limit on your Amazon account.. 

I apologize that we are unable to request for a credit 
limit increase without a hard credit inquiry. In order to 
get your account reviewed for credit limit increase, you 
need to authorize Chase to obtain a copy of your credit 
report, credit bureau history and any other information in
order to determine if the request can be approved. This 
would be a hard pull on your credit report. We are unable 
to request for a credit limit increase without a hard 
credit inquiry.

As you mentioned that you do not want a hard pull on your 
credit report to process your request we have disregarded 
your previous request for a credit limit increase.

If you have any further questions, please reply using the 
Secure Message Center. 

 

 

Well, my fingers were crossed for nothing. I'm annoyed that they keep saying I requested a CLI, though. I did not. I just stated they NEED to give more CLIs in the future. Oh well. 




12-26-2013 TU [628] EQ [604] EX [650]

Goal: 700 Club by 8/1/2014 w/ all CC paid and CLI on all CC over 1yr

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